How does the Hungry Bin worm farm work?
In a Hungry Bin, up to 2 kilos of organic waste per day, such as vegetables, paper towels, coffee packs, fruit, tea bags and more are naturally recycled using composting worms, and transformed into high-quality worm humus and plant fertilisers.
The organic waste is fed into the Hungry Bin, the worms eat it and produce earthworm castings and worm tea. The amount of waste is thereby reduced a number of times. The Hungry Bin's unique funnel-shaped design means the worms live in the upper part of the Hungry Bin. Vermicast and worm tea is collected in the lower part. The vermicast can be easily removed without lifting heavy trays. There’s no need to separate compost worms from the vermicast; the Hungry Bin does it by design.
The Hungry Bin can stand in the garden, near a house wall, in the yard, on the balcony, in the garage, in an underground car park or in a shed.
The Hungry Bin is ideal for homes, gardens, schools, kindergartens, offices, restaurants, cafés, hotels, canteens, and small and medium businesses.
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You want to:
Recycle organic waste on site
Save costs on waste disposal
Vermicompost paper towels and waste paper
Produce high quality and natural plant fertiliser and soil humus yourself
We have: the Hungry Bin worm farm!
Easy to use: Apply organic waste on top, harvest fertiliser at the bottom
Stable and mobile; easy to relocate
Extendable for even more organic waste
Produces high quality vermicast and fertiliser
No screening, no heavy lifting
No leachate seeping into the ground
Separates worms from vermicast
The Hungry Bin
Hungry Bins on balconies
Hungry Bins in gardens - high quality and natural plant fertiliser and humus produced for free!
Hungry Bins at schools
Hungry Bins in basements
Hungry Bins at prisons